Impact of Leadership Style on Organization Commitment: In A Mediating Role of Employee Values
M. Suleman Sabir and
Muhammad Asif Khan
Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 2011, vol. 3, issue 2, 145-152
This paper aims to how leadership ship style effects the organization commitment of the employees, when the organization culture is reflecting the employeeâ€™s values in the organization. This paper is a conceptual based paper which gives theoretical evidence to support the idea. The paper also gives a brief overview of transactional leadership and transformational leadership. The results of the paper suggest that the leadership style is a strong dimension of organization commitment when organization culture of the organization represents the employeesâ€™ values in the organization. Employees are more satisfied if the organization will meet their expectations which are the part of that organization culture, so they are more committed with the organization. The paper is not giving any empirical evidence of the model. Further studies can be carried out by replacing transactional leadership with servant leadership.
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